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Bronco 1/35 Type 23 Uboat with RC Conversion kit

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  • #16
    Good work, Sam. Now, we'll see if Bob thinks taking on an inventory of this kit will be worth while. With a proper fittings kit (even without) this is an excellent, cheap r/c submarine hull. Almost ideal for the first-timer.

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    • #17
      I contacted Bob and the good news is that Bob said he would definitely contact Bronco company. If Bob can buy a batch of XXIII stock, this will certainly come in handy for a lot of people.



      • #18
        It would be great if Bob were to start stocking the fittings kit again along with having the kits on hand.